Unique Student Identifier (USI) Mandatory since 1 January 2015
Since the 1st of January 2015, all students undertaking Nationally Recognised training in Australia need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Once you have your USI, you can use it throughout your life, to keep a centralised online record of all your Nationally Recognised training. Whether you're studying at TAFE, a private training organisation, completing a certificate or diploma course, apprenticeship or skill set - you'll need a USI.
This qualification is only available through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
The BSB51315 Diploma of Work Health and Safety is offered via a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) option for those who have significant experience in coordinating and maintaining OHS/WHS in their organisation and would like to have them formally recognised.
This qualification is suitable for people who coordinate and maintain the Work Health and Safety (WHS) program in an organisation. It reflects the role of practitioners who apply a substantial knowledge base and well-developed skills in a wide variety of WHS contexts.
Participants must hold all core units in BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety or equivalent competencies.
Equivalence is determined through a combination of questions, submission of a current CV and Third Party Report before attending any training programs (an additional fee of $570 for Non Member and $515 for Corporate/Professional Member will apply).
Please contact Assessment Services for details on how your current skills and work experience can be evaluated to meet the entry requirements.
Core units from BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety:
To gain this qualification you will be required to complete 9 assessment tools and submit evidence demonstrating your application of skills and knowledge as aligned to the 9 units of competency. Should you not be able to meet all of the competency requirements, you may be required to attend gap training.
Participants have up to 2 years to complete the RPL assessment requirements of the qualification. This time frame will vary for each individual depending on their existing level of skills and knowledge.
AIM WA recommends regular attendance on the monthly Free Qualification Support Workshops while completing the RPL assessment requirements.
We recommend the following program/s to support your Professional Development;
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BSBWHS506 Contribute to developing, implementing and maintaining WHS management systems
BSBWHS410 Contribute to work related health and safety measures and initiatives
BSBWHS502 Manage effective WHS consultation and participation processes
BSBWHS503 Contribute to the systematic management of WHS risk
BSBWHS504 Manage WHS risks
BSBWHS408 Assist with effective WHS management of contractors
BSBWHS505 Investigate WHS incidents
BSBWHS510 Contribute to implementing emergency procedures
BSBWHS509 Facilitate the development and use of WHS risk management tools